With Okanagan Charter, Cornell to become health-promoting campus
On Oct. 26, Cornell administrators will sign the Okanagan Charter, a formal pledge to promote health and well-being across all facets of university life.
New baseball field to honor generosity of Rich Booth ’82
Cornell’s new baseball stadium will be called Booth Field, honoring Richard L. “Rich” Booth ’82 for his extraordinary leadership and generosity over the last four decades.
Dannemart Pierre joins Cornell to meet needs and empower students
Pierre began her role as Associate Dean of Students for Student Empowerment and Director of First-Generation & Low-Income Student Support in July.
Inaugural REALTalk speaker series event promises to engage and inspire around mental health
The first speakers in the series will be former WNBA player Imani McGee-Stafford and podcaster, content creator Cameron Rogers of the Freckled Foodie & Friends.
Cornell Health names new director of counseling services
David Reetz has been named Cornell’s new director of Counseling and Psychological Services; he will join Cornell in mid-December.
Spotlight on Student Organizations: Women of Color Athletics
Monique Anderson ’22 and Emily St. John ’23 discuss building sisterhood and community through WOCA.
Celebrate the Season With Our ‘Big Red Spirit’ Trivia Quiz!
As temperatures drop and thoughts turn to football (and pumpkin spice lattes), we test how well you know your Cornell
Inspired by students, new Exec. Director of Cornell Career Services takes helm
Erica Kryst Ph.D. comes to Cornell with a robust background in higher education.
Student debuts Cornell Chimes on TikTok
Chimesmaster Chenchen Lu ’23 has brought the Cornell Chimes to TikTok, amassing a following of more than 140,000 in the last year.
Meng-Wei Hsu speaks at EHL Swiss School of Tourism and Hospitality
Meng-Wei Hsu is Cornell Dining's general manager for retail operations, and he's just returned from his 25th class reunion at the EHL Swiss School of Tourism and Hospitality in Switzerland, where he was a guest speaker focusing on his path from a professional degree to his current GM role.
Spotlight on Student Organizations: Special Olympics Club
When Kayla Simone ’24 first arrived at Cornell, she jumped into action to revive Unified Sports on campus.
Cornell lands at #4 spot in Princeton Review's campus food rankings
Cornell has been in the Princeton Review Top Ten for 15 years!
Students share voice on building resilience
Students share experiences and helpful tips that support fellow Cornellians and fosters community around mental health.
We're excited to bring back Wednesday House Dinners on West Campus!
Wednesday House Dinners are a longstanding and beloved part of our West Campus community since the completion of the West Campus House System, and we're pleased to be bringing back this important tradition. Every Wednesday from 6-7pm, each of the five West Campus Houses gathers as a community, including all residents, staff, house fellows, guests-in-residence, and distinguished visitors.
Cornell welcomes students, marks milestone in residential life
As students begin moving in on Aug. 15, Cornell will mark a milestone in residential life – the final three buildings of the North Campus Residential Expansion will open.
Terrific pay and perks for students who work for us!
We're hiring right now! We have positions available all over campus.
Families Eat Free as we welcome students to campus
The whole family, for real. Parents, guardians, siblings, grandparents, cousins, whatever.
Paul Muscente steps into Director's role
Paul is excited to bring his philosophy of leadership by example to this new role, and to continue to guide the work of the Cornell Dining team in shaping its culture for the future.
At 4 Colleges, Food-Allergic Students Get Taste of Inclusion
Sophomore Kayla Singer and Cornell Dining's registered dietitian nutritionist Michelle Nardi spoke with Allergic Living about our allergy safety efforts.
Cornell Alumni help shape the student experience
Upon completion in fall 2022, the North Campus Residential Expansion (NCRE) will be Cornell’s latest significant step toward enhancing the first- and second-year student experience.
Cornell’s Kessler Presidential Scholars Program Prepares Students for Summer Projects and Employment
"As a Kessler Presidential Scholar, you have access to resources that are specifically tailored to your needs as a first-generation college student. We have events where we get to meet other first-gen students… and workshops throughout the year that facilitate academic, personal, and professional development. The Kessler Presidential Scholars Program has played an integral role in my sense of belonging at Cornell,” says Destiny Smith ‘24.
Food Management names Morrison Dining their 2022 Best New Facility!
The 58,230-sq.ft. Morrison Dining food hall style complex not only has 11 micro restaurant concepts but, sitting in the middle of it is a 2,400-sq.ft. food lab that melds the school’s dining service and academic missions through a collaboration between Cornell Dining and the Division of Nutritional Science.
A guide to Cornell Dining for Fall 2022
We've compiled information to help you navigate eating at Cornell, from how to use your meal plan and contactless payment to new eateries and job opportunities.
Colleges are shaping the Future of Food
Hormel's Luke Woodard spoke with leading university food service directors, including Cornell Dining's Dustin Cutler, to better understand how the college audience and college food service are evolving.
SCL Staff Show Support for Summer Special Olympics
Karli Buday, Director for Campus Activities and one of the Summer Games organizers and a swim coach, sees a synergy between Cornell and the Special Olympics. "The inclusivity aspect that the organizations have at the core of their missions, allowing everybody to have a place and to feel like they have a place and space to grow.” Denise adds, “Cornell really is this huge community of people who care about others.”